The
Boston College Chronicle

Jan. 21, 1999 Vol. 7, No. 9

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Applications Set New Record at Over 19,000


Law School's New High-Tech Classroom, Office Wing Opens


Ex corde and B.C.
Fr. Leahy Discusses the Effort To Implement the Vatican Document On Higher Education


UNITY BREAKFAST-Sydne Barker, administrative secretary in the Office of AHANA Student Programs (left), and Lesa Loritts, associate director of Undergraduate Admissions, talk with Gretchen Tucker-Underwood (right), who was the keynote speaker at the annual Unity Breakfast in Conte Forum on Tuesday. Tucker-Underwood is dean of students and the humanities at Brookline High School. (Photo by Lee Pellegrini)


NEWS

Campus United Way Drive Sets Record
Staff, Students Brightened Holidays for Local Children
Fr. Leahy Leads Prayer Service Before Cellucci Inauguration
Chronicle Wins C.A.S.E. Award
'98 Graduate Wins Marshall Scholarship--First at BC in 31 years, say A&S administrators
3 On B.C.P.D. Honored for Heroism, Service
B.C. Law Among Best at Using Technology
Museum To Exhibit Master's Paintings Saints and Sinners: Caravaggio and the Baroque Image
Masterpiece Thought Lost for Centuries Is In Exhibit
Comerford Tapped To Oversee Major Construction At B.C.
Mya Maung, Member of Finance Faculty for 32 Years, Dies
B.C.P.D. Sgt. Edward Keady Dies
Internal Committee Completes Report for N.C.A.A.

FEATURES

No Win Situation--Regardless of how the impeachment trial turns out, say faculty members, it won't produce glory or heroes
Understanding Creativity--SOE's Dacey says Nature and Nurture Play Roles in Shaping Creative Children

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